Residents feel included, eager to participate, and connected to their neighbors. Every voice is heard and arts and culture thrive.
There is high-quality, well-resourced, and accessible public education, from early childhood to post-secondary levels.
Both the natural environment (air, water, green spaces) and the built environment (parks, buildings, roads, etc) promote health and community pride.
Individuals and families have a steady income that allows them to afford basic needs, like food, rent, and utilities. They also have access to credit, savings, and the opportunity to build long-term wealth.
Everyone has enough to eat. Healthy and high-quality foods are available to all, regardless of income level.
There are safe, high-quality, and affordable housing options. Residents can select places to rent or own that fit their individual or family needs, and have been built or maintained to a high standard.
Everyone has access to meaningful employment. A vibrant workforce is fueled by skill-building opportunities, and programs that help small business owners succeed.
Programs are in place to prevent crime and violence, and residents perceive that their community is safe.
All residents have access to affordable and high-quality transportation systems to get to school, work, and recreation every day.
Of vision, goals, strategy, communication, funding, and measurement
From public and private sources,
blended and braided,
short-term and long-term,
with social and monetary returns
Through a community-engaged approach,
evidence-based strategies, alignment, and investment
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